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Hip hop funk sensations The Internet cancel Perth Festival show

The Internet have  cancelled their Perth show. The band were scheduled to headline the Chevron Gardens on Friday night but they have not been able to make it to Perth.

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The last minute cancelation was because the band were delayed leaving Japan today and it was impossible for them to get to Perth is sufficient time. The band’s management released a statement announcing the cancelation.

“It is with regret that we inform you that The Internet will not be able to get to Perth in time for their performance at Perth Festival. Their flight departing Osaka had a malfunction and it was not possible to get them on another flight to get them to Perth on time.”

Perth Festival said it would automatically refund all tickets and people could expect refunds to hit their accounts within 3-5 days. Friday night at the Chevron Gardens will now be a free event with Perth’s electronic soul and R&B queen Jamilla.

OIP Staff


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